Even though I am using the greatest source of information in the history of the universe to ask this question instead of just looking it up myself, can someone up north explain to me the meaning behind the difference of "Canadians" vs "Canadiens."
Is it literally just to tell the team apart from citizens?
Also, if I were from Canada and I met someone from the northern United States, I'd say, "I'm from the real North," like a mother ****ing Wildling.
And I would laugh and point out Seattle is farther North than Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal, and a bunch of other major cities in Canada.
Why did the Hipster burn his tongue?
So he could put it out with PBR?
I am so disappointed by the sanity and logic behind this answer.
FREE BEER FOR WHOMEVER COMES UP WITH THE BEST FAKE REASON!
Also, kudos to whomever can accurately explain why it was "whomever" and not "whoever."
"Whomever" is the objective form, and the objective form should be used in prepositional phrases such as "for whomever".
Wife watches that religiously. Had insomnia in a hotel one night, still couldn't get through a single episode. Just don't get the vampire craze. I wish they'd bring the Sopranos back. Or entourage. Or even curb your enthusiasm.